The future of the rest of the 2019/20 Premier League campaign remains in limbo following the outbreak of the coronavirus.
The Premier League, along with the EFL, announced last week that all games had been suspended until the first weekend of April in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
But with the increase in the number of confirmed cases of viruses in the UK, the season is highly unlikely to resume on April 4th.
The Premier League will meet Thursday to discuss all possible outcomes that may need to be rolled out in the coming weeks and months.
Although this period of uncertainty is not good for anyone, it could prove to be a blessing disguised by Tottenham Hotspur and manager Jose Mourinho as they try to reunite after a sad shape. A massive summer is ahead of the Portuguese boss as he tries to put his stamp on the team inherited from the former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.
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With that in mind, here is a summary of the latest Tottenham relocation news of the day.
Coutinho agreed with Spurs
Sports diary revealed that Barcelona midfielder star Philippe Coutinho had agreed to join Tottenham last summer only because of the collapse of the negotiations between the two clubs.
Since joining the Liga giants from Liverpool in January 2018 for a commission of over £ 100 million, his time in Spain has not lived up to expectations.
And with Barcelona willing to let him go last summer, Spurs registered their interest in signing the Brazilian.
In the end, the former Inter midfielder joined Bayern Munich with a loan that lasted the whole season.
Spurs offered hope to Bale
Tottenham’s chances of reviving Welsh magician Gareth Bale one day have been increased with news that Real Madrid is willing to let him go this summer, according to a Sport report.
Bale grew up under heavy pressure from Madrid fans for some time after revealing that he wanted to leave the club over a year ago.
His performance levels have seriously declined and manager Zinedine Zidane is eager to unload him, as he would open up huge amounts of leeway for further purchases due to his so high weekly wages.
The bale is under contract at the Bernabeu until the summer of 2022.
Barcelona are ready to refuse the opportunity to sign Chelsea’s Willian off-contract winger on a free transfer this summer, which means that Tottenham’s hopes of landing the Brazilian have been increased.
The Express is reporting that the La Liga club is unwilling to continue in a move for the 31-year-old as they keep an eye on another South American star.
This news has increased the chances of Tottenham and all other clubs to land the wing, which shows no sign of having signed a new deal at Stamford Bridge.
The French club PSG and Juventus are part of a series of clubs that evaluate a move for the Brazilian national team.